rav$"\~"\+1=ihp  Run with the -v flag, e.g. py -3 fish.py program.fish -v 3  Surprisingly ><> doesn't do too badly here, since we can mimic string multiplication by having a counter which we decrement every iteration. :&"$$"{\ Put n into the register and push "$$" }-1v!?:<{"}" Push n "}"s &:&\~"stod"&:&?: Push "stod", and copy the final "d" if n != 0 {1->:?!v}"\+1{1carfc" Push n "\+1{1carfc"s rav$$\"\~"\+1=ihp Push "\+1=ihprav\$$" \l?!;o70. Keep printing chars until the stack is empty  (-3 bytes thanks to @randomra) 1 # ><>, 89 + 3 = 92 bytes :&""{\ }-1v!?:<{"}" &:&\~"stodd"&:&?!~ {1->:?!v}"\+1{1carfc" rav$$"\~"\+1=ihp o;!?l<  Run with the -v flag, e.g. py -3 fish.py program.fish -v 3  Surprisingly ><> doesn't do too badly here, since we can mimic string multiplication by having a counter which we decrement every iteration. :&"$$"{\ Put n into the register and push "$$" }-1v!?:<{"}" Push n "}"s &:&\~"stodd"&:&?!~ Push "stodd", and pop the final "d" if n == 0 {1->:?!v}"\+1{1carfc" Push n "\+1{1carfc"s rav$$\"\~"\+1=ihp Push "\+1=ihprav\$$$"